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FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1888.
THE DANGER OF PAPER.
The public thoroughfares should
not be made the receptacles of any
kind of rubbish, especially such as
contains anything that may cither
directly or indirectly jeopardise the
lives or property of the public. The
custom prevails among some people
of sweeping their dirt into the
street, and as that dirt often con
tains scraps of paper large enough
to be blown about by the wind, it
becomes a very dangerous clement
indirectly to life and property.
Horses arc frightened hy it, and
runaways may be the consequence,
perhaps resulting in ceiious injury
to persons or property.
On Tuesday last a runaway from
this cause, which might have re
sulted seriously as it was on Fort
street at a time when the street was
crowded was averted by the owner
of the horse coining out of the
store at the nick of time, just as the
horse had broken the fastenings of
the bridle, and in another second
would have bolted.
This is not a solitary case. It
happens nearly every day that horses
are frightened from this tame cause.
Shop-keepers should exercise a little
precaution, to terminate this appar
ently trilling cause of annoyance
ESSAY OH PRACTICABILITY
Editok Bulletin: So much has
been said lately on this many sided
subject by both contending parties,
so much praise bestowed upon it lim
its advocates, and so much blame
attached to it by its adversaries,
without the slightest benefit to cither
faction, that I have come to the
conclusion both must be wrong.
The object of this essay is, if pos
sible, to adjust both wrongs and
make the right, thus created, unite
and further this cause, which in itself
and per se is right and beneficial to
As the prohibitionists arc the ag
gressors, as they are in the main,
whether right or wrong, the creators
of this bone of contention, I will
point out their wrongs first, and by
doing so will be compelled to say
many harsh things about them, hop
ing, however they will deal kindly
with me when they remember that it
is not 1, but the other side which
committed these acts and which
after all concern only those persons
who have been guilty of such com
missions. Every prohibitionist admits, and
it is a well substantiated fact, that
all their undertakings tending to
promote the cause have been success
ful only partially and then only
temporarily, while the bulk of their
endeavors have been complete
A gentleman signing himself Pro
hibition, whom I will address as
"his party," for argument's sake
in this issue, puts forth two princi
ples by which ho tries to prove cmy
failure in the final success. One is
tho startling assertion that the Pro
hibitionist does not prohibit for the
sake of tho drunkards salvation but
his own sake, because he is in dan
ger j and tho other, that a middle
lino of tipplers, who are neither
drunkards nor prohibitionists arc in
tho way, and opposing the progress
of teetotalism, and who also are tho
puzzlo and riddle to penetrate before
success is liKciy to iohow.
'Independent of the view which
either infidels or Christians would
take of the first assertion, which
smacks at least of bolllshness, or
like an acknowledgment that our
neighbor is as naught to us, I will
only argue tho question of self-protection
The question naturally aiises what
protection do you need and against
what danger. If I succeed in show
ing that there is no danger, it fol
lows that there need be no protec
tion. Further, the necessity for
such protection implies that their is
no law now in existence which will
J. will use liberal figures. Out of
25,000 inhabitants of Honolulu thero
are recorded on an average G drunks
on the police calendar every day
during the year, making a grand
tohl foi tho v
nr of 2190 tlitink
ttho, mill pacing h lm, turn in'o
thu public ti.n my Slfl.Hu. Of
these, lm f ui . tthe i'vse-t I'-ttiiM-tlou,
sallois m utiiur iiin.siuut isi
tors of the ton and who do not be
long to lis. Tlio oilier 101)5 belong j
nclil illy to the city, but cannot be ;
classed as dninkanls, and if 1 say j
one ciiihthof this number aiuinveter
ate and hopeless tipplers, I surulv
exceed the mark, became there tue
not 1U13 hopeless inebuates in our
Now comes tin- qiiistlou: how
much do these 130 diuukmds iujtiic
you. Do they insult you peisonally?
do they rob you V do they interfei c
with your business? do they Insult
your women aud children, or your
church ?In fact do they ever cross your
path in such a way as to endanger
your life, propet'ty, or your busi
ness? My answer is emphatically
no! If they do, there is plenty of
law already in force to keep them in
check. It your own selllsh protec
tion is concerned and not tho drunk
ards welfare, then 1 say by all means
give us drunkards. $13,140 paid
yearly into the treasury of the Ha
waiian Government and at least
S10,000 paid through this into the
pockets of lawyers, half of whom
wear blue ribbons is not to be dis
pised. All this concerns the drunkard per
sonal, let us see what the liquid
which makes drunkards, does to
endanger you or your country. It
pays a quarter of a million dollars into
our treasury every year, it keeps
half of our foreign population alive
to-day, it is the instigator to circu
late three-fourth of our money in
town! These arc truthful facts
hich I have personally ascertained,
and therefore fail to sec your dan
ger. You say also that two-thirds
of the inmates of our prisons were
led there bv drink. This cannot
be, because there never was, never
will be and never is a shining light
of the cross road, whether he be a
burglar, safe-cracker, confidence
man, pick-pocket, shop-lifter, ab
sconding cashier, check-raiser, or
counterfeitcr,that could be a drunk
ard and ply the liade of a thief suc
cessfully. Did we ever hear of a
railroad robbed or a stage coach
stuck up or yet a horse stolen by
drunkards? No, never! This talk
of men becoming criminals through
drink is all bosh. They wcie born
thieves as much as others were born
drunkards! A thief steals aud
drinks, u drunkard drinks then
In view of the above we must
come to" the conclusion that theie is
no personal or any other kind of
danger attaching to a drunkaid, and
it follows that as no danger is pre
sent no self-protection is necessary
to the prohibitionist.
Following these liberal facts,
wherein 1 have conceded you pur
posely all the advantages, allow me
to point out some more causes why
you do not succeed. How often
have I, and hundreds of others, seen
the blue ribbon carefully tucked
away under tho lapel of the coat,
taking a bracing cocktail at some
bar? Is it not rumored that a cer
tain gentleman had just lately a lit
tle keg, with beautifully polished
hoops, labeled "Medicine," and
stowed snugly away in his sanctum
sanctorum? Just remember the epi
sode of the thrice reverend Hallen
beck, borne years past. The man
who was what he thought he was,
the man who was what you thought
he was, aud the man who was what
he really was, a pernicious fraud !
A fraudulent tiinity of tempe
rance! You worshipped, adored and
feasted him, thus dealing your
worthy endeavor a death blow,
which, though years ago, still hurts
your cause to this day.
Thank goodness, and I say it sin
cerely, I cannot accuse you of hav
ing a Salvation Army here. One
scene, one peep at such a diabolical
unnaturalness would be enough to
kill all vestige of respect not only
for your cause but also for your
women ! But you make religion your
platform to stand upon, which is
the weakest aigument you can use
for your cause in this liberal age
and among our liberal-minded peo
ple. Failing to pass total abstinence
laws, you advocate high license.
Which of these two is the worst it
is not for mo to say; but that high
licence is the direct causo of pure
alcohol, Which is not a poison, to be
adulterated with poisoii9 to cheapen
drink, is an undeniable fact. But
then you say, let tho drunkard be
poisoned ; we do not care for him
but only for oiin-elvcH.
Did you ever think that the
drunkard was not harming you at
all, and whetlier ho did or not you
had no right by the most hal
lowed sentiment of humauUy, broth
erly love, to help to poibon your fellow-man?
All these causes, all theso occur
rences tend to diminish youi3iicccss,
and prove to you that your way
which you have adopted is wrong.
This is why you tnko one step ahead
and three- buckwaids. It is Ibis un
intentional blundering, however,
sincere and honest j it may .be, which
causes the coarse laugh of lidicule
to thunder against you. It is this
which cicutea derision to point her
finger at your blue ribbon. It is
this which ignites opposition, and it
is this which aiouses in every man
worthy of the name, his not-to-be-led
spirit, which will fight you until you
adopt a different course.
And yet, wonderful to relate, in
epito of drunkard's endangering
your welfare, which needs protec
tion, in spite of your erroneous
course to sock Hint protection, virtues
find a welcome, cordial and sincere.
Dtiiiui ure done us understood ; ob
llgationTdisehatgi'd ; truth is told ;
si'lf-dunial practiced for tho sake of
othois; and hearts arc good and
truo notwithstanding the cry, "Wo
want to save omsthes!"
(To be continued.)
COFFEE, ITS HISTORY, PHILOSO
PHY, Slil'PLY AMD O0N
i.ii.1PTI0N. CCUIU StCATBD
Mealy bug, or coffco blight is an
ugly customer. Its ravages in tho
East Indies at one time was a fear
ful scourge and drawback to the de
velopment of tho product under no
tice ; in fact, threatened to totally
exterminate the industry.
In one of Sir Emerson Tenent's
volumes will be found a report of
Dr, Gardner (predecessor to Dr.
Thwaites and Dr. Trimen, at the
Government Botanical Gardens, Cey
lon), on coffee blight. The Report
was written -10 years ago. The fol
lowing is an extract, which taken in
connection with the comment that
follows, by A. M. Ferguson, is very
important indeed, in reference to
these islands :
"As far as it is possible to ascer
tain the coffee bushes were not af
fected before 1813 when Captain
Robertson first observed the pest on
his estate at Lapalla Galla, whence
it spread eastward through other
estates, and finally reached all the
plantations on the Island."
Dr. Gardner, after careful en
quiry and, minute examination of
estates, arrived at the conclusion
that all remedies up to that time
had utterly failed, and none, at
once cheap and effectual, was likely
to be discovered. He seems also
to have been of opinion that the
pest was beyond human control, and
cveii if it should disappear, it would
only bo when it should have worn
itself out, as other pests have been
known to do in some mysterious
waj Everything observed by Dr.
Gardner seemed to indicate the per
manency of the pest. A. M. Fergu
son Esq., the gentleman above re
ferred to is acknowledged by the
planters of Ceylon to be the great
est authority on tropical agriculture,
lie is the proprietor and editor of
the 'Tropical Agiicullurist Journal,"
"The Ceylon Observer," a daily
and weekly newspaper, besides be
ing largely interested in plantations
personally. The following arc his
lomarks upon the above report,
published inhis Directory of Ceylon
"But whoever hears of blight
now? 100,000 acres have been
planted in tho wilderness of Peak
since then and the area affected by
bug there or elsewhere in the island
has been most tiiflmg.
Late Foreign ftlews.
When daylight streamed through
the windows of the rotunda at Castle
Garden on the morning of the 5th
instant it fell upon a remarkable
scene. The place was overcrowded
with immigrants. Men, women and
children, huddled in groups, were
sleeping upon the floor like cattle in
Kullv C000 neonlc slept in the
rotunda and other buildings. They
were compelled to stay there be
cause the railroad companies had
failed to take them away.
Several members of the Emigra
tion Hoard are agitating the ques
tion of the removal of the depot
from Castle Garden to the building
now used in connection with the
customs service. The reasons
which arc assigned for the proposed
change of quarters are the needof
better facilities for taking enro "of
the large number who arc landed
here, and the fact that the city of
New York, which is the owner of
Castle Garden, may see lit at any
time to terminate the lease to the
The Federal Judges claim they
are powerless in the enfoi cement of
the Restriction Act; that the
Chinese cases must be decided ac
cording to the law and testimony,
notwithstanding tho daily revela
tions of fraud. It is well known,
however, that when the Customs of
ficers examine thu Chinese before
they are aiioweti to mini, that a
greater number are lemandcd than
in the cases where the Custom-house
has taken no part. .Surveyor Tin
nin, San Francisco, lias written nn
olher letter to Collector linger, in
forning him that the United States
Courts had issued writs releasing
118 Chinese from tho Capital before
the examination had taken place.
This infringement of the law takes
placo upon tlio arrival of every
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bay carriage Horte.
Li thoroughly binhen,
nnd has a vciy cucy gait
under thu Middle. C. M. HYDE,
No. 322 Ucretuiila Htieet.
COTTAGE TO LET.
Toffl - mi Hi ei'iniii sircci. neur
sffis&U Plikol, mauka side, recently
renovated. Lirgo yatd, etc. Rent, ?20
per month. Ann v to
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FOR SALE CHEAP
GOMSALVES & CO.,
51 Queen Street. 3t
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SPECIAL OKDER No. I.
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X are requested to meet in
their hull, dicsscd in Datk
Clolhes and Black Hats, nt 7
r. m., 3Iny 27, lb8S, to attend
Memoiml Sri vice in the Central
V. V. ASHPORD,
Adjutant. 51 3t
"Will he given nt the Music Hall,
VANBALIA ATHLETIC CLUB,
SATURDAY EVENING, May 26,
Commencing at 8 o'clock sharp.
Farces, Songs & Dances,
01 Ot Sparring Matches, Etc.
WATCH jl MAKERS,
81 Klnjr Street.
(Store formerly occupied by late Wis.
All Repairs "Vai,intetl.
my 23 83.1y
Fort Street, next Lucas' Mill,
Ship's Blacksmithing, Carriage
Building & Repairing.
Drays, Carts & Wagon Building a Spocialty,
Every description of work in tho
ahovu lines performed in a llrst.clusj
manner aim executed at eiion notice.
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A REWARD of Two Hundred and
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fur information Hint will lead to tho
arrest and conviction of the person or
pcrhons, who Molu tho following des
cribed Jewelry from tho residence of
M'. W. 8. Luce, on Wednesday, May 10.
1 Diamond Ring, D Diamonds on tho
1 Diamond Hliijr, large Bolitalro Da.
1 Diamond Brooch, Gold Oyster Shell,
a large Diamonds,
1 Ring, lai go Oriental Solitaire Pearl,
1 Pr. fcolitalro Diamond Eirrlngs,
1 Pr. Solliairo Pearl Earrings, large
JNO. H. SOPER,
Marshal's Ofllce, May Sf2, 18b8. 40 lw
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
J, advertise in tho Daily Bulletin.
Auction Sales liy Lewis J. Levey,
On SATURDAY, June 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. SI..
I will sell nt I'ulil o Auction, nt 'h
residence of It. J r ighto ,Kq,
Richard street, oppose tun It ym Ha
The Whole of his Household Furniture,
One' Elegant Upright Piano 1
By Stratliam & Coy. This firm received
the 1st prize gold medal, at Mechanic's
Fair, S. P., for the superiority of their
One splendid B. W. Parlor Set,
Upholstered in Silk & Plu'h.
One Large Bluck Walnut Etagcrc,
One Large Engraving
In Gold Frame. Subject:
Drawing Room of Queon Victoria at
St. James' Palace.
Ono Largo Ebonized Finnic Minor.
Large and Small Rugs,
Bionzc Ornament, Cornices, Chan,
delicts nnd Lamp0,
1 B.W. Bedroom Set, Tenesseo M. T.,
1 H. W. Hedstcnrt, 1 B W. Bed
room Set, Woven Wire & Hair Mat
trasics, Motquito Net', Rending
nhlDtnn flantmi Tallin I
SpleLdid B. W. Sideboard, B. W.
Pillai E. Dining Tabid it Chairs,
Crockery & (.iljssvvntc, Sawing Ma-
Kitchen Stove and Utensils,
.Meat Safe, Ico Chest, Veranda
Chair?, etc., etc. Also,
One Family Horse !
Bioken to Saddle & Hatnos",
1 Side Saddle nearly new.
JgfThe house vlll bo opeu for in
spection on FKIDAY, previous to dy
f sale. The Auctioneer dc.iins to call
ntleulion to the ladies aud gentleman of
Honolulu to lliis snlu of high class Fur
niture. LEWIS J. LEVEY,
45 12t Auctioneer.
MISS. P. TH1EJLE,
On Bcrctanii street near Plikol.
(Formerly ilcGuire's House,) .
Kindergarten ft Elementary,
Daily ft Boarding School.
Also, French and Gcrmnn taught, and
JIusic Lessons given.
A safe conveyance will call for and re.
turn childr.'n living nt a diMnnce.
72 Muuuil Telephone No. 501. 3m
For haik " Ceylon,"
3,000 PKGS OF
FOR SALE CHEAP
JOHN F. COLBURN'S,
40 King Street. lw
SUGAR PLANT !
Tho Entire Plant of tho
-'i' "".! j
Is ottered For Sale. The Machinery
is in perfect working order
and consist of
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trasli-carricr, Etc., complete,
1 Pair of Boilers 6x20.
1 Ooublo Effect G and 7 foet Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan 6 feet with Blako Pump,
3 Weston Centrifugals and Englno,
Together with tho usual assortment of
I GlariflerSj Clean'g Pans3 Coolers
And other 31 ichinery utually found
in a well appointed mill.
Aho, a number of
Cnno Girts & Gen'l Plantation
Delivery will bo given after nex' crop
has been harvested, say about July 1,
CSyFor further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mill, Kohala, Hawaii.
Eor Japan & China
Tho Nlppou Yuson Kalslm'j Fine
Will be duo nt this port on or about
Juno 3rd, 1SSS,
Aud will let' in about tho 10th of
simu month to Japan, This line vessel
has llrsi class aicommodatlin for
Saloon, Second Clms or Steerage Pus.
sengcrs. I'as-engers for China will be
transferred at Yokohama.
fiFor further particulars apply to
WE G. IRWIN & CO.,
43 tf Agents.
THE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
most popular paper published,
California Island Milk
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Assignee's Sale of
By order of A .T. ( nrlwright and W. F.
Al'en, As ign eofUliol statiof
Fmnk mown I will m 11
at Pu lil in Auction,
On MONDAY, May 28tli, '88,
AT IS O'CLOCK SOOX,
At my ale-ionm, Queen meet, tho fol.
"lotting" detc.ilied premises:
Park Lots Nos. 137, 138, 139 ft 140
On niakal sido of tho Park, running
from the lend to tho sea. Tigethcr with
tho Dwelling llotitu, Out uousis and
Improvements. The Premises nroSOO
feet fiont and from 230 tn 3U0 feel deep,
nnd nro occupied hy Mr. Drown as n
2nd Lots Nos. 46 ft 4G
On mnukn side of the l'urk, adjoining
lots of 11. .1. Agncw. riizu 100 feet wide
3rd Lots Ho. 158, 166 ft 167
Opposito the residence of Hon. O.
Diown. Size lc,0 feet wide 200 feet
deep. U he lota ure planted with fruit
ainl shndu tree, and aio all fenced.
Water laid on.
4th Lot No. 141
On tho makni side of the Pnrk, ox
tendinjr. from tho road to the sea.
Size CO fret fioni 200 feet drcp.
5th Lot No. 143
On tlio mikai side of the Paik, extend,
ing from the rond to the sea. Size CO
feet front COO feet deep.
The above lots nro all leaseholds, the
leases expire in 1905. Kent has been
paid up to that date.
In view of the early completion of
thu railway to tlio Pirk, this t-alu nffeis
a lino eliaucc to obtain delightful tub
ESyFor fuillu-r particulars apply to
the Assignees or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
47 td Auctioneer.
Sale cf Leases !
By order of the Trutt;es of
HIS MAJESTY'S ESTATE,
I w ill sell at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, June 4th, 1888,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, tho
JjEASEd of the loUowing
Parcels of Lands,
Situated at Kona, Hawaii, as follows:
for a Term of 15 Yoars.
1 The Ahupnaa of Waiahn, des
cribed m It. P. No. 1030.
2 Laud at Kaliulul, Kona, described
in R. P. bo. C277 A.
3 Ahupuaa of Kahulul, Kona. apaua
3, R. P. 1009.
4 Ahupuaa of Kalama, Kona, anana
2, R. P. lOG'J. L C A. 8MG B.
5 Ahupuaa of Pahochoo, Kona, R. P.
6 Ahupuaa of K&loko, npana 11, L
C. A. 77iC, containing 4300 acres.
7 Ahupuaa of Lanihauiki, N. Kona.
apana 2, of li. P. 3148, containing 3910
8 Ahupuaa of Honuaula, apana 4
and 5, of R. P. 3143, containing 20 48 100
9 Ahiipuna of Moeanoa, apana 27, of
L. O. A. 9SI71.
10 Also, the Lease for 5 years of the
Kula portions of Mokauea, nt Kalihl,
Oaliu, nuikui of the rice plantation, and
extondin.' to within 100 feet cf fish
ponds ot II s Majesty.
11 AIsd, the Lease for 10 years of
tho unk'H.-cd portion of lwilci, includ
ing Sen Fibhuiy, containing about 54
acrc3, more or less.
And at tl.c same time wi'l be sold a
Parcel of Land at Aki, Laiiaina,
Described in R. P. 3410, L. C. A. 0795 B.
containing 3 Hoods and 14 Roas.
Terns Payable semi-annually In
advance. Possession given on com
pletion of papers and payment of
first six months' rent.
t0f?For further particulars apply to
o Trustees, or to
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
THE ONLY PAPER nnd hy all
cInsHfb Tlio Daily Bulloiln." 50
cents per month.
J. I. Dowsett, Jr.,
W. H. Lowell
The above Dairy hai "come to stay,"
and is prepared to supply
To the Honolulu Public at
Would respectfully solicit patronnge,
mid rcfeis ly permission to thu follow,
ing persons, viz: II. J. Nolte.Dr. Mc
Wayne, Geo. F. Smith, of Benson,
bnilih & Co., tho Mauagcr of the Ha
waiian Hotel and other, as to the qua
lity and purity of the milk. 41) lw
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
JL advertise u in the Daily Bulletin,
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
Races to Commcnco at 10 o'clock Sharp.
KUNNING KAOE-J Mllo Dash.
Frets for all.
2nd-HIS MAIESTY'S CUP.
DUNNING RACE 1 Mlio Dash.
For llnwtillan hied horses owned
hy members of tho Jockey Club.
Cup to become, the property of tho
one winning twice.
TDOTTING and PACING RACE
For Hawaiian bred horses only to
harness Mile Heats? best 2 In 3.
RUNNING RACE 14 Mile Dash.
Fieo for all. If but ono starts to
beat 2 :G0.
5lli KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
MllovIIcats, best 3 in 5. Free for
all. All horses luivlug a recoid of
2 :30 or better to go to wagon.
RUNNING RACE? Jlile Dash.
Open to all 3-yeav old Hawaiian
bred horses only.
71h-R0SlTA CHALLENGE CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
Fiee for all Winner to beat the re
cord of "Angle A," 1 :45i. To be
run for annually.
8th HAWAIIAN HOTEL
RUNNING RACE -4 Mile Heats,
best 2 in 3. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become the property of tho
winner two consecutive years.
9lh JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
Swehpstakls TROTTING and
PACING RACE Mile Heats, best
2 in a. Fiee fdr all hoises that
have not a record of 3 minutes or
better to be diiven In Frazier road
carts by members of the Club.
lOlh LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE.
RUNNING RACE 3 Mile Dash.
Fiee for all.
11th PONY RACE.
Open to all ponies 14-hands
under, and 3-year oldoroer.
stalling arc suspended in races against
WE have again on hand a few of
our exceptionally superior Suif
Boats in sizes lrom IS to 24 feet. As
these boats speak (or them-ehes, we in.
vite insiccii in. Price a8 low ai any.
We have nl-.o several 70 lb Clinker,
copper-fast, rccreallon boats, with oars
and rowlocks, complete. Capable of
holding three per.ons. Just the lhing
for an impiomptu regatta, spin around
harbor, lake or river. Price from 50 to
GO dollais. Also a light Baggage Ex.
pros with tv.o portable cushioned seats,
handy for business or a family out of
town, and ono ttrong Hand Cart. Cheap
for cash, nt J A. DOWER'S,
Pi inter's Iine, Punclibonl St.
Mutual Tele. No. 82.1, P. O. Box No. 459.
TO the creditors of the Estate of Afu,
of Wailuku, Maui, a bankrupt,
Tiiat tho undersigned, Asslcneo of
the Estatu of Afu, a bankrupt, has pre
paratory to his final account and dlvi
(lend (submitted his accounts as such
Assignee and died tho same before Hon.
S. U. Dole, Justice of the Supremo
Court, at his Chambers, to whom he
will apply at 10 o'clock a. m., MONDAY,
tho 28th day of May. for sculemcut of
said account and for discharge from
all liability us such Assignee and for
an order to make a final dividend.
And that uny person interested may
then and there appear and ronton tho
same. W. U. PARKE,
Assignee Estate of 'Afu.
Honolulu, May 2H, lb8R. 5J 4t
TO the creditors of the Estato of W.
P. Akau, a bankrupt, take notice.
That tho undersold Assignees of
the Estate of W. P. Akau, a bankrutt,
li'ive luopaiiitoiy to their final account
and dividend, biihmiitcd their accounts
us such A'Sitjiicts aud tiled the same
before Hon, tf B. Dol, Justice of tho
Supremo Court, at Chambers, to whom
Miev will apply at 10 o'clock A. M . on
MONDAY', the 28th day of May, foi a
Hltlcinuu of hi id accounts und for a
diseliart'u from all llab lity as such
Asjlgnces and for an order to make a
And that any person interested may
then and theru appear and contest the
Banic. W. O. PARKE,
Asigneesof the Estate of W.P.Aknu.
Honolulu, May 23, 1888. CO 4t
ALL amounts due iho firm of Brown
& Co., Wino . Spliits Merchants,
of Honolulu, that were contracted pre.
vlous to the 80th day of Match last, if
not settled bofore the Oth day of June
next, will be placed in tho liuntle of a
legal prosecutor, with instructions to
suo ior, anu recover at once.
A. J. OARTWRIGHT,
W, P ALLEN,
Assignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, May 21, 1fr88. 481m
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